RACINE — A temporary shut down of Racine Horlick High School was ordered after a gun shot was fired across the street from the school.

Police officers responded to reports of a large group of youth fighting across the street from Horlick High School late morning Monday when one gunshot was fired during the fighting.

Soon there after students were let out of school shortly after the reported shooting. Horlick High School was already scheduled for an early release say school officials. Police were at the school to ensure the safety of students leaving the school.

Racine police report that no one was injured by the gunshot, and that no suspects have been arrested.